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Edhina Ekogidho - Names As Links

The Encounter Between African And European Anthroponymic Systems Among the Ambo People in Namibia

by Minna Saarelma-maunumaa

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Published by Finnish Literature Society .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Anthropology,
  • Personal names,
  • Finland,
  • Namibia,
  • Anthropology - Cultural,
  • Linguistics,
  • Social Science,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages373
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13029699M
    ISBN 109517465297
    ISBN 109789517465298

    Edhina Ekogidho – Names as Links; Sport, Recreation and Green Space in the European City; Fibula, Fabula, Fact; The emergence of Finnish book and reading culture in the s; Names in Focus: An Introduction to Finnish Onomastics;. The study investigated the Kamuə female personal names as socio-cultural identity of the Kamuə people using the anthroponomastic framework. Sampling of about 72 participants and 12 domiciles of elders is interviewed from 12 villages to collect data for the study. The study was able to identify various types of female personal names of the Kamuə people to include birth order names, female.

    Book review language names are not – as outsiders often assume – nicknames or additions to the Edhina ekogidho – Names as links: The Encounter Between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the Ambo People in Namibia. Academic Dissertation. Department of . Saarelma-Maunumaa, M. (). Edhina Ekogidho: Names as links: the encounter between African and European anthroponymic systems among the Ambo people in NamibiaSuomalaisen kirjallisuuden seura. Classification: Africa (Southern) -Namibia [Ambo].

    I was named after a nurse, those from Outapi will know her, she was known as Gwakanana, and in oshiwambo we have a saying that [edhina ekogidho], every time we meet she will say my namesake will became a nurse, I think that is what happened, I did not want to disappoint her, and with limited information on career those days,mostly one will go. Oshipumbu or Oshipumbu Shomugongo is a village in Ompundja Constituency, Oshana Region, northern name means "group of tall trees". Oshipumbu Shomugongo is approximately 17 km (11 mi) away from Oshakati, a northern town in Oshana mbu is in the Ondonga Traditional Authority and lies in the Lake Oponono area. There are two schools, namely Onevonga Primary .


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Edhina Ekogidho - Names As Links by Minna Saarelma-maunumaa Download PDF EPUB FB2

The Finnish Literature Society (SKS) makes its English-language academic series, Studia Fennica, as well as a selection of Finnish-language research publications available in open access.

The Studia Fennica series includes works from the fields of anthropology, ethnology, folklore studies, history, literature and linguistics. Publication of the series began in Cited by:   Full Title: Edhina Ekogidho - Names as Links: The Encounter between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the Ambo People in Namibia.

First Edition. Spine ends rubbed, corner tips bumped, scratch on rear cover, else Very Good in paper wrappers. ISBN Text body is clean, and free from previous owner annotation Cited by: “Edhina ekogidho”, the title of this book, is a common saying among the Ambos in Namibia.

The noun edhina means ‘name’ and ekogidho ‘joining, connecting permanently together’. Hence, this expression means that personal names serve as links between people; they connect people together. “Edhina ekogidho”, the title of this book, is a common saying among the Ambos in Namibia.

The noun edhina means ‘name’ and ekogidho ‘joining, connecting permanently together’. Hence, this expression means that personal names serve as links between people; they connect people together.

This book on Ambo personal names, which is based. Get this from a library. Edhina ekogidho: names as links ; the encounter between African and European anthroponymic systems among the Ambo people in Namibia. [Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa]. Edhina Ekogidho - Names as Links — The Encounter between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the Ambo People in Namibia: Authors: Saarelma-Maunumaa, Minna (Author) Product number: Product form: Paperback: Availability: Delivery in workdays: Price: 45,00 € (40,91 € vat 0 %).

Edhina Ekogidho - Names as Links — The Encounter between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the Ambo People in Namibia: Tekijät: Saarelma-Maunumaa, Minna (Kirjoittaja) Tuotetunnus: Tuotemuoto: Pehmeäkantinen kirja: Saatavuus: Toimitusaika arkipäivää: Hinta: 45,00 € (40,91 € alv 0 %).

The Finnish Literature Society (SKS) makes its English-language academic series, Studia Fennica, as well as a selection of Finnish-language research publications available in open access. The Studia Fennica series includes works from the fields of anthropology, ethnology, folklore studies, history, literature and linguistics.

Publication of the series began in Authors: Laakso, Seija-Riitta Book Series: Studia Fennica Historica ISBN: Year: Pages: DOI: /sfh Language: English Publisher: Finnish Literature Society / SKS Grant: Jane and Aatos Erkko Foundation grant and SKS.

Vaihtoehtoinen suoritus englanniksi: Terhi Ainiala - Minna Saarelma - Paula Sjöblom Names in Focus. An Introduction to Finnish Onomastics. 1 - Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa Edhina Ekogidho - Names as Links.

The encounter between African and European anthroponymic systems among the Ambo people in Namibia. 1 - My own work, Zulu Names, appeared inpublished by the University of Natal Press in Pietermaritzburg, and Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa's Edhina Ekogidho - Names as Links, on the naming system of the Ambo people of Namibia and published by the Finnish Literature Society in Helsinki, was released in Problems faced by the developed and the developing countries in the area of welfare services demand radically different approaches.

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Edhina ekogidho - names as links: the encounter between African and European anthroponymic systemsamong the Ambo people in Namibia.

Name. The names Ambo and Ovambo appear to have originally been exonyms. Despite extensive speculation, their origin remains unknown.

The country was called Ovamboland and Amboland by the German colonial authorities. In English, Ovamboland predominates, though Ambo country is sometimes used, and in English publications from Namibia, Owamboland, Wamboland, and Owambo are seen.

Naming Among The Xhosa Of South Africa (STUDIES IN ONOMASTICS, Band 8) | Neethling, Bertie, Neethling, S. | ISBN: | Kostenloser Versand. Edhina ekogidho: names as links, the encounter between African and European anthroponymic systems among the Ambo people in Namibia By M.

Saarelma-Maunumaa Publisher: Univ. ↑ Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa,Edhina Ekogidho—Names as Links: The Encounter between African and European Anthroponymic Systems among the. Edhina ekogidho - names as links: the encounter between African and European anthroponymic systemsamong the Ambo people in Namibia.

By Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa. Topics: henkilönnimet, kielen rakenne, nimistö, henkilönnimet. The Genealogy of Personal Names: towards a more productive method in historical onomastics.

Scandinavian Journal of History: Vol. 36, No. 1, pp. Author: Lyytikäinen, Pirjo Book Series: Studia Fennica Litteraria ISBN: Year: Pages: DOI: /sflit.1 Language: English Publisher: Finnish Literature Society / SKS Grant: Helsinki University Library.

Edhina ekogidho - Names as links: The encounter between African and European anthroponymic systems among the Ambo people in Namibia. By Minna Saarelma-Maunumaa. Download PDF (1 MB) Publisher: Helsingfors universitet. Year: OAI identifier: oai:  She is author of "Nimi lapselle" () (I suggest translating like: "Name of the Child"), "Nimipäiväjuhlat" () (I would translate into English as: "Name Day Celebrations") and "Edhina Ekogidho - Names As Links: The Encounter Between African And European Anthroponymic Systems Among the Ambo People in Namibia" ().Saarelma-Maunumaa, Minna (): Edhina Ekogidho: Names As Links: The Encounter Between African And European Anthroponymic Systems Among The Ambo People In Namibia.

Electronic doctoral thesis, Department of Finnish, University of Helsinki.